These recipes were found on 50-year-old letterhead from the Town of Murphy.
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These recipes were found on 50-year-old letterhead from the Town of Murphy. Read the article in the July 17 edition of the Cherokee Scout, then let us know if it still tastes the same.
Debbie Dills, started working in the front office of the Cherokee Scout on Nov. 15, 2013, has been named the local newspaper’s newest sales associate.
Murphy – After a quarter-century of environmental success in Cherokee and surrounding counties, the Hiwassee River Watershed Coalition is becoming part of a larger operation.
Andrews – That didn’t last long.
Andrews – The mayor has offered to provide a building free of charge to whoever lands the contract to operate the license plate agency currently in Murphy.
Murphy – After two more spills with a combined 3,500 gallons of untreated wastewater, the town is still looking for answers on how to make it stop.
Murphy – As a small girl, Betsy Henn Bailey remembers traveling to Phoenix by train with her mom and dad, Betty Pearson and Preston Jefferson “P.J.” Henn.
Murphy – Downtown was filled with visitors and locals learning about the 30 artists and some non-profit organizations Friday night for Art Walk.
Andrews – An elderly Andrews woman is accused of stabbing her neighbor in the neck during an argument on June 30.
Culberson – Dignitaries from throughout Cherokee County joined residents Saturday during the fourth annual Independence Day Open House at the Culberson Volunteer Fire & Res
Farner, Tenn. – Cherokee County residents are being warned that if they dump garbage at a Polk County convenience center they will be fined $500.
Peachtree – Born prematurely at 27 weeks, Alex Parker was later diagnosed with cerebral palsy at just 8 months old.
Murphy – Trinity Garrett is one of 335 North Carolina high school students spending most of her summer vacation at High Point University for the 2019 Governor’s School.
Andrews – Lawmakers may soon change the frequency in which town employees are paid.